Madison – Class of 2013

Meet Madison! She is a senior this year at Greenville High School and ready to graduate! Madison and I enjoyed some beautiful fall weather at my friend Stephanie’s house. She has a beautiful yard and a cool old barn that I think fit perfectly with Madison’s precious outfits! These are some of my favorite senior pictures! Madison will graduate in the spring of 2013 and attend college afterwards. She has applied to Clemson and USC among other schools. Let’s wish her luck with the admissions!! (go tigers!) Probably not supposed to say that…oh well!

Cheese!

L.

Natalie Bridal

Meet the newly married Mrs. Natalie Mitchell! I took these of a beautiful bride-to-be by the name of Natalie Weldon, but as of last week she is a wife with a new last name ๐Ÿ™‚ Such a beautiful wedding (pictures of that are coming soon!) This bridal portrait was so fun since we went to quite a few different locations. We shot some at Woodburn Plantation where the couple got married last saturday, then some at a beautiful old church in Anderson, then frolicked around in a field for our final few. It was so much fun! I always get to know my bride’s family and friends, and I absolutely LOVE Wanda Weldon – or as I call her “mom”. She came along for this shoot and was a major help! She stayed positive and didn’t fret when we traipsed that pretty white dress through that dirty field. I like those kind of moms ๐Ÿ™‚ Enjoy these pictures!

Cheese!

L.

Ashlee – class of 2013

Ashlee is almost done with high school! This pretty girl is a senior at Eastside High School in Greenville, SC and will be graduating in 2013. We had a blast together as we strolled around downtown Greenville in her precious outfits! Such a photogenic girl and so much fun to work with. She is a varsity cheerleader at Eastside and her coach is my best friend Brittney (If you are a true LMP fan you know Brittney’s baby Mary Tyler) Enjoy these pictures! She could be a model!

Cheese!

L.

Bridal Portraits June-October

So blogging is one of those things with this job that takes a lot of time and keeps me from the important work, photographing everyone and editing your photos to perfection! I do love blogging and try to keep up with it as much as possible, but unfortunately bridal portraits are one of those things that gets lost in the mix. The main reason is because after I take them, I have to keep them a secret until the bride walks down the aisle! I’m obviously in no rush to post them, and then once I photograph the wedding, I get more excited to post the happy couple than the bride alone. I apologize for that and do want my brides to get posted on the blog! I will start posting them more often I promise! Here are some I am behind on. Enjoy this first group!! Such a great group of beautiful new wives ๐Ÿ™‚ Congrats to all these lovely ladies

Cheese!

L.

Meet Mrs. Emily Spray Boyd. She played basketball for Clemson so of course, we had to shoot in Littlejohn Coliseum! So fun! She married Chad Boyd on October 6th, 2012.

Meet Mrs. Lisa Ramsey England. This is my best friend and I was her Maid of Honor! I didn’t shoot the wedding obviously but had a fun time at the bridal portraits. She married John England on July 7, 2012.

Meet Mrs. Elizabeth Neely Stewart! What a fun bride to photograph! So silly and beautiful! I’ve known Liz for a while and enjoyed photographing her. She married Greg Stewart on June 10, 2012

Meet Mrs. Neely Moore Allen! She and I have a thing for rain! It was a rainy bridal portrait day and a rainy wedding day but she looked stunning no matter what! She married John Allen on September 8, 2012

Meet Mrs. Somer Crawford Duncan! LOVE this sweet girl. She taught me to be a carefree bride myself! Wish I could photograph her everyday! She married Jeremy Duncan on August 4, 2012

Halloween Costume Fundraiser

BOO!!! Happy Halloween LMP fans! I actually hate Halloween because I’m a scaredy-cat and people in masks give me panic…but these little cuties love it! I did a fundraiser for the Project Host Soup Kitchen here in Greenville last week and had a great turnout for a good cause. Everyone wore their Halloween costume and played at the Pumpkin patch. We had a good time and raised $200 for the Thanksgiving meal at the soup kitchen! Go LMP fans! You rock!!! I may do fundraisers more often ๐Ÿ™‚ Check out these little elephants, and chickys, and dragons, oh my! (and thing one and thing two! The newborn Clayton twins made it out in full, homemade, costumes. Go Jessica! Super mom!)

Cheese!

L.